13 comments on “Memo to The Guardian: It’s already happened

  1. Or the deliberate environmentalist policy of keeping poor people in subsistence, that will kill hundreds of millions, but hey ho.

  2. Ecofascism has killed over 100 million – DDT ban about 80 million, excess winter deaths worldwide that would not have happened with cheap nuclear 20 mill.

    Stalin was a pussy by comparison.

    I would have put this comment on the Grauniad too but commenters they disagree with are not allowed.

  3. This bit made me laugh

    The final lesson is that, sooner or later, some unparalleled disaster will slam with little or no warning into some crowded city managed by a heedless authority in a country run by a corrupt or brutal oligarchy.

    Erm… wasn’t that Hurricane Katrina ?

  4. I fucking hate the Guardian. All those cunts rubbing their hands with glee over this so they can score some global warming political points over this disaster. A girl I know has lost at least 10 family members this weekend. I visit an island in north Cebu twice a year where i have many friends who are now homeless yet thankfully alive. And these cunts like Vidal were casting blame before the storm had even left the country. I’m so mad right now.

  5. US tax payers, made to subsidize farmers growing corn to convert to ethanol, added to our very own EU biofuel policy. It caused a major spike in world food commodity prices – the left wing meeja – graun’ et al usually and incorrectly blame the Chinese consumer.

    A truly asinine idea, that only the deluded green misanthropy could dream up – if you wanna kill poor people around the world – growing food crops to use to convert to fuel – is twisted genius.
    How many deaths has that policy caused across the underdeveloped world – Arab spring anyone?

    A million? Or two? But hey! Going down, at the Guardian…….it’s NO matter, cos if it’s green it’s good – ain’t it?

  6. Edward, the Left and the Greenshirts have long since denied all responsibility for biofuels. I believe it was now all orchestrated by Big Business, I think that is the narrative.

  7. John Barrett:
    “This bit made me laugh
    The final lesson is that, sooner or later, some unparalleled disaster will slam with little or no warning into some crowded city managed by a heedless authority in a country run by a corrupt or brutal oligarchy.
    Erm… wasn’t that Hurricane Katrina ?”

    Lol. But on a serious note, the author has clearly forgotten the Burma cyclone. Only 5 years ago! What a cock.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cyclone_Nargis

  8. Meanwhile the North Atlantic is experiencing one of its quietest periods in recent history – a strongly anomalously quiet period, in fact, with Accumulated Cyclone Energy (ACE) at only 25% of average. ACE is a running sum of tropical storm/hurricane power multiplied by duration. The higher the ACE, the more ‘active’ the season. But this Inconvenient Truth™ is of course mentioned sotto voce in the media if at all. As for increasing intensity of weather events, Pop Quiz everyone: when did the last Category 5 hurricane make landfall on the US? Answer, Hurricane Andrew, in 1992. These people are truly shameless in their unwillingness to remedy their statistical ineptitude.

  9. “These people are truly shameless in their unwillingness to remedy their statistical ineptitude.”

    Er no. They know exactly what they are doing. There is no ineptitude at work here, just unadulterated evil.

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